“The response went through the roof,” the owner of the D Las Vegas and Golden Gate said a day after giving away 2,000 flights to tourists across the country.
Nevada Gov. Steve Sisolak’s order recites Siegfried & Roy’s groundbreaking production, ambassadorship of the city and dedication to wildlife and endangered species.
FSE President and CEO Patrick Hughes says, “We are glad now we’ve been given direction by our leadership, and we are going to be socially responsible.”
Wanda Widdles called forth a parade led by Darth Vader and a Stormtrooper, followed by a pair of bedraggled Spider-Men, showgirls, Mickey Mouse (or his understudy), Captain America, Deadpool and a pair of Playboy bunnies.
Oscar Goodman asks, “How are you still alive?” Michael Franzese answers, “Because most of the people who want to see me dead are dead, or they’re in prison.” The show is on.
Travis Pastrana says, “Nitro Circus is all about the stunt aspect, where you can make mistakes.”
Melody Sweets announced Monday she is departing the production at Caesars Palace’s Roman Plaza on Oct. 22, as her contract with production company Spiegelworld expires.
Embracing vintage shtick and enduring stage skills, the Scintas drew 700 fans to the Plaza Showroom this weekend. Their success is no fluke.
Birthday wishes for Tony Bennett played out on Strip marquees as the music legend was honored with a champagne toast at the Brooklyn Bridge at New York-New York on Thursday night.
At the stroke of midnight on New Year’s Day, Las Vegas skies will shine brighter than ever as fireworks flare up from eight Strip hotel rooftops.